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In recent years, many states have regarded withholding diplomatic relations as a way to punish countries for actions ranging from human rights abuses to failure to abide by international law, to specific treaty violations and acts of war.
But state-to-state relations among nations provide an essential framework for the conduct of foreign relations. Having no relations, and the resulting prolonged absence of a diplomatic presence in a country seriously handicaps America’s ability to achieve major foreign policy and national security goals. Diplomatic relations should therefore always be maintained unless security requires closing the embassy.
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Title: REVIEWING THE “DERAILMENT” OF ARAB PEACE INITIATIVE
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